The representatives of Governments and the European Commission participating in the Conference held in Washington from 23 October to 3 November 1995, Affirming the need and will to protect and preserve the marine environment for present and future generations, Reaffirming the relevant provisions of chapters 17, 33 and 34 of Agenda 21 and the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, Recognizing the interdependence of human populations and the coastal and marine environment, and the growing and serious threat from land-based activities, to both human health and well-being and the integrity of coastal and marine ecosys- tems and biodiversity, Further recognizing the importance of integrated coastal area management and the catchment-area-based approach as means of coordinating programmes aimed at preventing marine degradation from land-based activities with economic and social development programmes, Also recognizing that the alleviation of poverty is an essential factor in addressing the impacts of land-based activities on coastal and marine areas, Notingthat there are major differences among the different regions of the world and the States which they comprise in terms of environmental, economic and social conditions and level of development which will lead to different judgments on prior- ities in addressing problems related to the
Ocean Yearbook Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1998
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